How to Apply - Part-time
Do you want to take just a few courses and are not interested in earning a degree? Part-time students can take up to 11 credits per semester, attend classes, and enjoy the vibrant learning atmosphere on campus. The following documents must be submitted:
Application for Part - Time Status
Students interested in applying to AUBG as part-time, non-degree students, must complete an application form for Admission for Part-Time status. All applicants must meet AUBG’s basic requirement for English language proficiency and provide evidence of academic attainment appropriate to the purpose for which they desire to enroll at AUBG. Print and submit the Part-Time Application Form.
First year applicants must have achieved a minimum 3.0 grade point average based on a 4.0 system, or the equivalent, evident from their high school diploma or high school leaving certificate. For applicants who have not graduated from high school yet, the Cumulative GPA should be calculated on their high school transcript.
Bulgarian high school diplomas are considered as true copies if certified by a notary. Non-Bulgarian diplomas are considered true copies if certified by an Apostille. Information about the Hague Convention on legalization of foreign public documents is available at: www.hcch.net
Applicants who do not hold a high school diploma at the time of applying must present an official high school transcript or record for the last three years of secondary school study. Transcripts are considered official if they bear an official high school stamp and the signature of the high school principal. Academic transcripts should include the school’s contact information. Records must list the subjects taken, grades earned or examination results in each subject and certificates or diplomas with a calculated annual grade point average (GPA). The documents could be either in English, Bulgarian or Russian.
Copies must be signed, sealed, translated by a sworn translator, notarized and mailed.
English Proficiency Test
Arrange to have your official TOEFL score sent by ETS to the AUBG Admissions Office. The AUBG institutional code is 2451. Please note that AUBG does not accept personal score reports or photocopies. Your TOEFL must be less than two years old.
To register for TOEFL please visit www.toefl.org.
|English Proficiency Test
IBT – Internet Based TOEFL
|rPDT - Revised Paper-Delivered TOEFL||60|
IELTS – International English Language Testing System
|Cambridge English (FCE, CAE, CPE) - reported on Cambridge Englisg Scale||180|
ECPE – Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English
PTE Academic – Pearson Test of English
|DET - Duolingo English Test||105|
|International Baccalaureate (IB) -
IB English A: Literature and English (HL)
IB English A: Literture (HL)
|Advanced Placement – AP English Language &
Composition or AP Literature & Composition
|High School in English – See High School English waiver|
Test preparation is available from our partner English language centers.
Completed applications should be received by the AUBG Admissions Office:
- June 1 for Fall semester
- November 1 for Spring semester
If not notified otherwise, send your paper application documents to our mailing address:
ABF Student Center
American University in Bulgaria
12 Svoboda Bachvarova St.
Blagoevgrad 2700, Bulgaria
Contact us, if you have any questions concerning your application.
The American University in Bulgaria follows a rolling admission notification plan and the Admissions Committee notifies students in a timely fashion. Since the Admissions Committee’s decision is considered confidential, an official letter is sent to the student at the mailing address stated in the application form, within four weeks after all required documents are received at the AUBG Admissions Office.